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(Age 12 and up) Sexual Decision Making for Developmentally Disabled

Let’s Talk about… Sexual Decision Making

For: Developmentally Disabled Youth 12 years old and up
Length: 4or 5 consecutive session (1 hour each)
Purpose: To help students with Developmental Disabilities understand their bodies, risks and decisions that are made about sex
Scheduling: Contact our Education Director Jennifer Devine at wuunderwoman@gmail.com

 

Outline 

Because we are always improving our curricula, this outline provides a general idea of the topics covered but is not a rigid lesson plan. Here are the outcome objectives:

Session 1: Privacy, Touch and Anatomy

  • Students will understand the different between public and private.
  • Students will understand that males and females have different reproductive organs.
  • Students will learn the correct anatomical names for male genitals and female genitals.

Session 2: Eggs, Sperm and Pregnancy 

  • Students will understand that when children go through puberty their reproductive systems are able to cause a pregnancy.
  • Students will understand that when sperm get inside a female’s vagina, they can cause a pregnancy.
  • Students will understand that masturbation is a private activity and should happen in a private place.

Session 3: Pregnancy Prevention and STI/STD’s

  • Students will understand that STI/STD’s can be spread through genital skin to genital/mouth skin contact or by sharing fluids like semen, vaginal fluids, pre-cum and blood.
  • Students will understand that when people are sexually active, the best way to tell if they have an infection is to get tested.
  • Students will understand that abstinence, condoms and dental dams will reduce their risk for getting and STI/STD during sexual activity.

Session 4: Relationships and Boundaries

  • Students will understand that people can be attracted to others of the same sex or opposite sex.
  • Students will understand that all relationships require communication and respect.
  • Students will learn how to get out of an unhealthy situation or relationship.

Session 1: Privacy, Touch and Anatomy

I. Introduction
   a. Agreements
b. Anonymous Question Box

II. Public versus Private
   a. Images and places, clothing, activities

III. Bodies and Differences
   a. Similarities and differences
b. Children, Adults, Males and Females

IV. Private Parts
   a. Genitals and reproductive organs of the male
b. Genitals and reproductive organs of the female

V. Conclusion: 
a. Answering questions anonymously

Examples of Anonymous Questions:
Why does sperm come out?
Why do people have private parts?
Why do girls have breasts?

Session 2: Eggs, Sperm and Pregnancy

I. Introduction
   a. Review Agreements

II. Puberty
   a. Discussion of changes
b. Review of erections, orgasm and ejaculation, menstruation
c. Discussion of the possibility of causing a pregnancy

III. Masturbation
   a. A private act for a private place

IV. Pregnancy
   a. a sperm and an egg
b. how the sperm gets to the egg
c. Wanting a pregnancy or not wanting a pregnancy

V. Conclusion:
   a. Review objectives
b. Answering questions anonymously

Examples of Anonymous Questions
Why do people have sex?
Where do people get condoms?

 

Session 3: Pregnancy Prevention and STI/STD’s


I. Introduction

II. STI/STD Risk
a. When STI/STD’s can be passed
b. How do we prevent these infections?
c. How does someone know if they have an infection or disease?

III. Pregnancy and STI prevention
a. Abstinence
b. Safer Sex and Birth Control Methods
c. Where to get methods

IV. Condom Demonstration
a. Correct Steps to using a condom

V. Conclusion:
  a. Review objectives
b. Answering questions anonymously

Examples of Anonymous Questions:
Can someone where two condoms at once?
What can people do besides have sex?
How does a woman have an orgasm?

 

Session 4: Relationships and Boundaries 

I. Introduction

II. Relationships
a. Attractions to opposite and same sex people
b. Healthy Relationships
c. Unhealthy Relationships

III. Remember the Responsibility
   a. Emotions, Pregnancy and STI risk

IV. Healthy versus Unhealthy
   a. CERTS model of healthy relationships
b. Signs of an unhealthy or abusive relationship

V. What can someone do if they don’t feel safe?
   a. Get Help, Ask to Stop, Go
b. How to keep relationships healthy

VI. Conclusion: Review Objectives and Laws
   a. Talk to a Trusted Adults
b. Get help when you need it
c. Answering questions anonymously

Examples of Anonymous Questions:
Where are the best places to find a partner?
Who can you tell if someone hurts you?
What do you do if you have a crush on someone?